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Los Angeles City Council member Tom LaBonge catches a football thrown by Councilman Joe Buscaino, Wednesday Oct. 9, 2013, at City Hall in Los Angeles. City Council members voted 14-0 Wednesday for a resolution saying it is in the interests of both the city and the league to bring a team to Los Angeles. A year ago, the council approved a plan by the sports and entertainment company AEG to build a $1.5 billion downtown stadium, but construction can't begin until a team is secured. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
Los Angeles City Council member Tom LaBonge catches a football thrown by Councilman Joe Buscaino, Wednesday Oct. 9, 2013, at City Hall in Los Angeles. City Council members voted 14-0 Wednesday for a resolution saying it is in the interests of both the city and the league to bring a team to Los Angeles. A year ago, the council approved a plan by the sports and entertainment company AEG to build a $1.5 billion downtown stadium, but construction can't begin until a team is secured. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
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(AP) The Los Angeles City Council has reaffirmed its support for efforts to bring an NFL team to the nation's second-largest city.


Tossing a football and sports lingo around the council chamber, members voted 14-0 Wednesday for a resolution saying it is in the interests of both the city and the league to bring a team to Los Angeles.


A year ago, the council approved a plan by the sports and entertainment company AEG to build a $1.5 billion downtown stadium, but construction can't begin until a team is secured.


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